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Beatrice Cenci

USA, 1972 (MIFF 1974)

Director: Ronald Chase

Beatrice Cenci is a study in intimidation and terror surrounding the history of the Cenci family of Rome. Count Francesco Cenci was famous for the torture of his family. the murder of his sons, and his final assassination by his daughter Beatrice.

First SECA Film Award, San Francisco Museum of Art 1973.

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